"Do you really think our Government has come clean on the assassinations of JFK and RFK? If so, you are naive."
That you are even allowed to post that comment in this nation is an amazing show of freedom of expression not enjoyed by Russians or the Chinese. What we need to be doing is to guarantee that such freedom continues to exist while our oppressors strive to deny that we should have such rights. Ajit Pai should be held up as the poster boy of dictatorship, he should be viewed as the result of money being more important than patriotism. That one issue should be on the minds of every American despite the MSM attempts to distract us from what is really important, and they do because they will profit more when we don't have the freedom to find real information outside of the box they want to provide us with and charge us for.
Net Neutrality is not dead yet, Congress could insure its long term security, there is already a law which would enable them to do that.
"Last month, the FCC ruled to repeal Net Neutrality, the rules established over a decade ago ensuring that telecom companies couldn't prioritize content when delivering internet access to consumers. Most Americans were upset with the FCC ruling, and now some members of Congress are looking to reverse it.
Senator Ed Markey (D-MA) has gathered the votes of 30 Senators, enough to force a vote on the FCC ruling, as is allowed under the Congressional Review Act. According to the act, only a simple majority of 50 votes is required to get past the Senate.
And if that was the end of the process, the resolution might have a chance of getting signed into law. Unfortunately, Markey's bill still has to pass the House and be signed into law by President Trump, both unlikely to happen."
With enough phone calls, emails, letters, etc. the American people could overturn the FCC ad insure net neutrality forever. What are we waiting for? Are any posters here opposed to net neutrality, if so, present your argument. I doubt there will be any because there is just no case to support ending it. It's just a financial give away to big corporations and to political censorship. That's the part that bothers me most, internet censorship. I don't want to live in Russia or China, I want to live in America where freedom rings. Remember that?